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Jan 24, 2013 1:00am PST
the obama administration officials for any tangible wrongdoings. >> fran, do you think it was a waste of time? >> i do think it was a waste of time. and it was unfortunate, anderson. you've had on family members on your program and i imagine myself as a family member if i had lost somebody watching this. look, it was a waste of time to ask secretary clinton about the talking points given to ambassador susan rice. >> and that's what -- they seemed to spend a lot of time on talking points given to susan rice. >> right. and yet when ambassador -- when secretary clinton sort of loses her temper in the senate hearing and says what difference does it make whether this resulted from a protest or some guys who went out for a walk and decided to kill americans, the right comeback to that was it does matter. if you're telling us you want to solve the problem, you have to understand what caused that. >> let's play the moment. where she got mad at senator johnson. >> again, we were misled that there were protests and then something sprang out of that, an assault sprang out of that. but that was e
Jan 17, 2013 5:00pm PST
are a lot of democrats who are opposed. >> you go gak in the foirs two years of the obama administration. the democrats have the white house, the senate and congress, and they did nothing. i blame both of them, and i went during the presidential campaign, i pointed out that mitt romney had champions an assault weapon ban in massachusetts when he was governor, signed the bill, got it passed and signed it. president obama, when he was running four years ago, he championed an assault weapons ban, said he would try to get it in if he got elected, and neither did anything. i crit kzed both of them. this is not a partisan thing. somehow or another, connecticut children, you know, suburban, nice, normal ro an rockwell kin image in your mind. somehow or other, that has touched the american public's heart. >> mr. mayor, thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> still ahead, the interview people have been waiting for for decades. what did lange armstrong say to oprah winfrey, and will he apologize to the millions of people whose lives he tore apart. we'll ask what they'll be looking
Jan 20, 2013 7:00pm PST
running for office? >> not any time soon. i love to serve my country in this capacity, this administration or any administration asks me to do so. >> to you, what does this inauguration mean? >> to me, this election means moving the country forward. it was a slogan of obama's campaign, but there really were two very clear choices regarding a lots of issues, whether you were a woman, gaye, minority, latino. this election represents that, we're going to move forward as a country. >> the world of washington politics, is it very different? is it completely dink than? >> completely different. completely different. >> how so? >> i always say this is a greater soap opera. >> washington is? >> yes, yes. it's a really hard place to navigate. you know, any time i'm here in this -- in d.c., and doing something political, i feel like it's relevant. i'm not saying my day job is not, there's a place for entertainment and creating emotion, and creating a release and an outlet for people to step away from the real world is also honorable, i think. but this is -- yeah, it's a very interesting world over he
Jan 21, 2013 1:00am PST
photographer during the ford administration, they're producing the official second barack obama inaugural book. you took a very unusual photograph of an angry president clinton. explain what was going on? >> it's a picture i wanted to take from the beginning of covering clinton, temper was a big part of who he was. he's got a great sense of humor, he's got a great focus, but you have to capture it all. your job in the white house is -- you get the complete look, and -- >> that's david gergen in the corner? >> it is. that's david. he's kind of a mewes, he's out of the range. >> is that george stephanopolous? >> it is. when this started, once you worked around clinton, and i'm standing behind george, and i started thinking in my mind, this is my chance, i'm going to make it this time. i can try it, but i was really a little afraid. >> were you nervous he would direct the anger toward you? >> absolutely, no, no, if i wasn't working with a little range finder -- i didn't frame the picture, i cut off clinton's hand which i wouldn't do normally. i'd try to include it. i put it back do
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